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Racecourse launches competition with fantastic prizes on offer

PUBLISHED: 13:43 19 June 2018 | UPDATED: 13:50 19 June 2018

A view of the parade ring at Newmarket Racecourse

A view of the parade ring at Newmarket Racecourse

PA Wire

Newmarket Racecourse has launched a competition to find someone who has completed an act of kindness or a good deed with the winner being treated to an amazing set of prizes.

It is being held to mark the first ever Feel Good Friday at the Moët & Chandon July Festival on July 13 with the winner picking up a £1,000 makeover, including VIP hospitality at the July course, transport to and from the course, a spa treatment for two at The Spa at Bedford Lodge Hotel, a £500 clothes voucher and a one-on-one interview with Gok Wan in the winner’s enclosure.

In addition to the winning set of prizes, there will be two runners’ up prizes of four grandstand and paddock tickets and both prizes include a bottle of Moët & Chandon champagne.

All those who nominate their champion will receive up to four grandstand and paddock tickets for just £20 and to enter go to the website at https://bit.ly/2li0ene

The competition ends on Thursday, June 28 and the top five shortlisted entries will be contacted on Monday, July 2.

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